Igado in 3 different sizes , (Small, Medium and Large Party Trays).
Igado is a popular Ilocano dish made from strips of meat, liver, and other internal organs such as kidney, heart, and intestines. This dish reflects the influence of the Spanish cuisine as the name "Igado" was derived from the Spanish term "higado" which means "liver". A tell-tale story was once told that the Spaniards pronounced it as Higado but was understood by the natives in the region as Igado. Time passed and the name Igado was accepted as one of the popular Ilocano dishes Although Igado originated during the Spanish era, there is still a touch of a Filipino flair. In analogy, while the natives like to cook the meat and innards of the pork, the Spaniards introduced the cooking technique of sautéing.